The process of erosion and deposition in which a nearly level surface is produced, as by streams, wind, or ocean currents.(noun)
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Use "planation" in a sentence
"Every planation in the South that "owned" slaves was a concentration camp."
"But now the "massas" in the DNC want to put us back on the planation (back to ominous music, unflattering pictures of Hillary Clinton)."
"But that memory has suppressed the suffering caused by the Civil War and promoted the mythological life of antebellum planation owners."